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Secretary General opens “NATO 2030 at Brussels Forum” event

Today (14 June 2021), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg opened the “NATO 2030 at Brussels Forum” event. He said that the NATO Summit will open a new chapter in our transatlantic relationship and demonstrate the importance of Europe and North America standing together.
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NATO Secretary General: Summit comes at “pivotal moment” for Alliance

Arriving at the NATO Summit on Monday (14 June 2021), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the meeting would be a pivotal moment for the Alliance and a time to “open a new chapter in our transatlantic relations.” Mr Stoltenberg laid out a full agenda for the meeting, including NATO’s relations with Russia, which he said were “at its lowest point since the Cold War because of Russia’s pattern of aggressive behaviour”, as well as China, which offers opportunities but “also poses some challenges to our security”.
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Leaders arrive for NATO Summit, view NATO 2030 display

The leaders of NATO’s 30 member countries arrived at NATO Headquarters in Brussels on Monday (14 June 2021) to participate in the NATO Summit. They took part in a welcome ceremony featuring a multimedia tower display. The display showed visualisations illustrating NATO’s future adaptation through the NATO 2030 agenda.
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Secretary General welcomes US President to NATO Summit

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed US President Joe Biden to the NATO Summit in Brussels on Monday (14 June 2021).
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Brussels Summit Communiqué issued by the Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Brussels 14 June 2021

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Leaders agree NATO 2030 agenda to strengthen the Alliance

The NATO Summit in Brussels wrapped up on Monday (14 June 2021), with leaders taking important decisions to chart the Alliance’s course over the next decade and beyond.
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NATO leaders agree NATO 2030 reform agenda, discuss Russia, China

NATO Heads of State and Government on Monday (14 June) agreed a set of proposals under the NATO 2030 banner, covering a range of issues, including the protection of critical infrastructure, promoting innovation, boosting partnerships, and making the fight against climate change an important task for NATO for the first time.
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Deputy Secretary General inaugurates Jordan’s Military Women’s Training Centre

NATO’s Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană marked the inauguration of the Military Women’s Training Center in Jordan in a virtual address on 7 June 2021.
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Defence Expenditure of NATO Countries (2014-2021)

NATO collects defence expenditure data from Allies and publishes it on a regular basis. Each Ally's Ministry of Defence reports current and estimated future defence expenditure according to an agreed definition of defence expenditure. The amounts represent payments by a national government actually made, or to be made, during the course of the fiscal year to meet the needs of its armed forces, those of Allies or of the Alliance. In the figures and tables that follow, NATO also uses economic and demographic information available from the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission (DG ECFIN), and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
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NATO Audience Research: pre-Summit polling results 2021

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